- eat food enthusiastically or greedily.
“There are several restaurants, so you can nosh to your heart’s content”
Eating at nosh certainly does satisfy your foodie desires to your heart and bellies content.
The Village Food Tours crew had the awesome opportunity to be the very first customers at Nosh. After a long wait, restaurant veteran Meno
and his brother Jun opened what we locals consider an amazing addition to Cocoa Beach.
Since opening on Saturday, September 28 2019 Nosh has received nothing but rave reviews. Our Facebook feature got over 8 thousand views in no time so they have definitely hit the sweet spot of what people in Brevard are craving.
It’s a unique spin on Asian cuisine, something different than your normal Sushi Thai fusion restaurants. Chef Meno is driven to bring people the chance to enjoy a little bit of everything. Small bite-sized shareable entries as well as hearty portions of some of the best noodle soups in the county. Yes, Florida isn’t known for its cold soup months, but that doesn’t mean we don’t crave a decent bowl of Pho every once in a while.
You can have both Thai Curry Noodles, Ramen and Pho! All in the same place, delicious lettuce wraps. Street tacos, Fresh Ceviche & even grilled octopus! Some delicious poke bowls
We started with the Samurai Nachos, freshly fried crispy wontons, on a bed of seaweed salad, topped with fresh yellowfin tuna tossed in a special house sauce. Plated beautifully with caviar placed perfectly on this mountain of YUM.
We then had a second appetizer. The Bomb, Spicy Tuna & Spicy Krab stuffed inside of an avocado and lightly fried.
Then on to the Pork Belly Ramen, the pork belly was melt in your mouth! Cooked to perfection. A full helping of noodles lots of fresh crisp veggies and be the spice lovers we had some of the house-made hot sauce. A mixture of Thai chilis and several other ingredients this is the Owners family recipe.
Then ended with shredded beef street tacos. This was our absolute favorite they came with a side of corn salsa verde and roja sauce and we added the family made hot sauce. Have you ever have barbacoa tacos? This is how the meat was prepared so full of flavor. Every bite was savory and had you craving more. Also topped with crispy rice noodles.
If you are in the Cocoa Beach area, or honestly wanting to just take a foodie road trip Nosh should definitely be on the top of your list. Visitors and locals both agree it is one of the best of it’s kind. And within weeks of being open has quickly gained praise and recognition in the Brevard county foodies scene.
They are open every day but Monday at 11 am. The days they are open they close between 3:00 PM & 4:30 PM for a lunch break for the staff.
Nosh is located at 3800 N Atlantic Ave STE 6, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
Next to The Tourist Information Center and Beach Wave.
Saturday 11AM–3PM 4:30–10 PM
Sunday 11AM–3PM 4:30–9 PM
Tuesday 11AM–3PM 4:30–9 PM
Wednesday 11AM–3PM 4:30–9 PM
Thursday 11AM–3PM 4:30–9 PM
Friday 11AM–3PM 4:30–10 PM